‘Footloose’ Trailer #2

Here we go again. We’ve seen a teaser trailer for Craig Brewer‘s remake of the ’80s film Footloose, and now here’s the full thing. Well, here’s another trailer, anyway — this one is quite a bit shorter than the teaser. Hit the jump to see Kenny Wormold as Kevin Bacon, Julianne Hough as Lori Singer, and Dennis Quaid as John Lithgow. Read More »

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The first real trailer has dropped for the remake of Footloose, from Hustle & Flow director Craig Brewer, and starring Kenny Wormald and Julianne Hough. Given the importance of this particlar piece of footage, we’ll cut right to the chase and you can find the trailer after the break. Read More »

New Images: The ‘Footloose’ Remake

That Footloose remake that no one asked for and everyone keeps forgetting about (okay, maybe that’s just me) is still moving forward, and we have new images to prove it. The updated version stars relative unknown Kenny Wormald as protagonist Ren McCormack and two-time Dancing with the Stars winner Julianne Hough as love interest Ariel Moore — the parts originally played by Kevin Bacon and Lori Singer.

The new photos show, among other things, Hough looking cute in cutoffs, Wormald looking like a slick city boy, and Dennis Quaid and Andie MacDowell as Ariel’s parents. Check ‘em out after the jump.

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VOTD: ‘Footloose’ Remade By 54 Filmmakers

Craig Brewer’s remake of the classic 1984 Kevin Bacon film Footloose, starring Kenny Wormald and Julianne Hough, is scheduled for release in October of this year. When it was first announced, though, a group of filmmakers got so upset that Hollywood was needlessly remaking another great movie they decided to beat them to the punch. 54 filmmakers broke up the original film into segments and, last summer, assembled all those pieces into one brand new movie. Our Footloose Remake has been playing independent movie houses across the country for several months now but, just this past weekend, the whole movie made it online. Read more about the film, and watch it in its entirety, after the jump. Read More »

Here’s news on the release dates for three films that couldn’t be more different. Well, we haven’t seen any of the three yet, or even trailers for any of them, but do you really expect there will be much common ground between the remake of Footloose, the comedy Bad Teacher and the Steven Soderbergh action/espionage picture Haywire? No, didn’t think so. Info on all three is after the break. Read More »

First Look: The ‘Footloose’ Remake

I know: you’re dying to see images of the Footloose remake, which is shooting now with a cast that includes Kenny Wormald and Julianne Hough in the roles originated by Kevin Bacon and Lori Singer. That’s the first look at the two actors in costume, above, which is pretty obviously sourced from the days on which the film’s big prom / dance scene was shot. See a larger version after the break.   Read More »

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Warner Bros. is setting up a remake of the 2008 Argentine romantic comedy Un novio para mi mujer as a star vehicle for Steve Carrell. The comedian is producing, and WB hired Mark Gibson and Phil Halprin to write a script based on the Argentine film. A Boyfriend for My Wife would see Carell as “a timid husband [who] believes the only way out of his stifling marriage is to get his wife to fall in love with another man, so he enlists the help of a legendary yet unlikely Lothario.” [Variety]

After the break, Footloose and Vamps both make new hires. Read More »

Footloose Remake Cast Set

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Our long national nightmare is over! The Footloose remake finally has a cast. Now I can rest easy tonight. Mostly because no one I care too much about is in the movie, which Craig Brewer (Hustle and Flow, Black Snake Moan) is still directing. OK, there’s Dennis Quaid, playing John Lithgow’s role, but he’s been in worse. The rest of the names, each of which is sure to thrill you in different ways, after the break. Read More »

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